Kingdon Gould III

Kingdon Gould III (born June 16, 1948) is a Washington, D.C.-area real estate developer. He is the son of Kingdon Gould, Jr., and the great-great-grandson of railroad financier Jay Gould.

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Kingdon Gould III - Life and Career - Local Roles
... In the mid-1990s, Gould was elected president of the Penn Quarter Neighborhood Association, a position he continued to hold as late as 2002 ... Gould was also chairman of the Downtown Business Improvement District in Washington, D.C ...

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